Future of Green

64 countries on six continents have adopted initiatives to reduce harmful emissions via the use of biofuels. The future of earth

depends of adopting such initiatives in different fields.

  • According to REN21 Renewables global future report, the “Moderate” outlooks by experts and scenarios project renewable energy shares of 30–45% by 2050, including electricity, heating/ cooling, and transport. “High renewables” outlooks project 50–95% energy shares by 2050. Such shares were cited by many experts, and are projected in several scenarios, typically those of public advocacy organizations, but also in recent scenarios of the International Energy Agency (IEA), which has traditionally published more conservative projections.
  • With the dramatic growth of renewable energy markets over the past decade, along with manufacturing economies of scale, have come dramatic technology improvements and cost reductions. Recent growth rates reflect a “take-off” phase that has seen many renewable energy technologies become mainstream investments and undergo dramatic advances in performance, cost, and scale. Hydropower, geothermal, and biomass power and heat are the most mature, and most projections show continued growth that reflects their mature status.

We are part of the future

In Masader, we strive to be an effective participant in shaping the future of fuels, recycling and green technologies. Our products help to

reduce the carbon footprint on the environment and by recycling wastes we reduce environmental impact while converting waste

into useful products. Our biodiesel fuel can help decrease greenhouse gas emissions by 80% and reduce other harmful

pollutants by up to 50% compared to petroleum-based diesel fuel.